Lemon Andersen WHEN ALIENS FALL FROM THE SKY
Inspired by the stylings of Spalding Gray, Lemon Andersen's WHEN ALIENS FALL FROM THE SKY is a compilation of stories and poems from real citizens across the continental United States and Puerto Rico. Collected and shared by people who are both documented and undocumented, these journeys reveal a vast and colorful canvas of experiences of the small cities and big towns of America, or as Lemon likes to call it, "the bone marrow of our nation." Lemon weaves rhymes and speaks a harsh but witty truth through these complex characters with the intention to shine a spotlight on the identity crisis in America.
The commissioning of Lemon Andersen’s When Aliens Fall from the Sky is generously supported by Joan Cremin. Additional support for the performance and residency work of Lemon Andersen is generously sponsored by Jenny Norton and Bob Ramsey.